Tataskweyak Cree Nation

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Tataskweyak Cree Nation
Location of Split Lake in Manitoba
Location of Split Lake in Manitoba
Country  Canada
Province  Manitoba
Reserves Split Lake 171, Split Lake 171A, Split Lake 171B
Settlements Split Lake, Manitoba
Affiliations Keewatin Tribal Council
Established Treaty 5
Ethnic group Cree
Government
 • Type First Nations Band government
Population (January, 2015)
 • Total 3,711 registered members
Website Official website
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The Tataskweyak Cree Nation a First Nations band government whose primary community is at Split Lake, Manitoba on the Nelson River system. Despite its remote location, it is serviced by Provincial Road 280, which connects the community to Thompson.

The Split Lake band have entered into an agreement with Manitoba Hydro regarding potential hydroelectric development at Keeyask Rapids.

The main settlement, the community of Split Lake, is located at 56°14′43″N 96°05′38″W / 56.24528°N 96.09389°W / 56.24528; -96.09389.

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  1. ^ "AANDC (Tataskweyak Cree Nation)". Retrieved 2015-02-05.